A Day With Smallfoot Kids

Date 07-06-2018


To collect information from the kids, as well as to have a friendly conversation with them.


28th December, 2016, Dhaka - The main reason to organize this project was to collect information from the kids, as well as to have a friendly conversation with them. There’s been many more projects before with kids from “Smallfoot” organization. But this time, the goal is to gather information about them that could be compiled into an ID (identification) document, so that they can have a recognition as a student of “Smallfoot”. There were nine kids altogether even though we missed two of them that day. We started the day with friendly conversation and asked each of them about their basic information including their dreams & hobbies. At the end we got their pictures taken individually along with their own handwritten signatures. It was great to see their happy, smiling face once again.

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